Stiglich named head of County 4-H
Gladwin-Clare MSU Extension Announces New 4-H Coordinator Michelle Stiglich has been selected to assume a leadership role with Michigan State University Extension in Gladwin and Clare counties as the 4-H Program Coordinator.
Stiglich will provide oversight for the Gladwin and Clare county 4-H Youth Program. As 4-H Coordinator, she will promote and strengthen the 4-H Program through local 4-H clubs with youth members and adult volunteers. Stiglich will encourage a wide variety of youth enrichment efforts. She will work with the 4-H Leaders Council in both counties and other community groups to indentify needs and opportunities for youth in Gladwin and Clare County.
Michelle Stiglich’s career experiences include Outreach Coordinator – MMCAA, Program Office Coordinator at U of M and substitute teaching. She enjoys being with family and friends.
She will also work with both counties and provide 4-H programming across both counties such as leader trainings, youth programs such as 4-H camp, and will be working the animal associations to help provide and promote fitting and showing clinics and other 4-H projects.
MSU Extension helps people improve their lives through an educational process that applies knowledge to critical needs, issues and opportunities in regard to families, youth, agriculuture and natural resources around Michigan. For more information about MSU Extension, visit the MSU Extension web site at: www.msue.msu.edu or contact the Gladwin or Clare County MSU Extension office at 426-7741 or 539-7805.